Seattle, USA, May 14 2011
The bell rang, indicating that lunch break was ten minutes from ending. Teens and teachers of all ages filled the well-lit halls, striving to get to their next classes on time.
Garbage and food debris littered the ground from the people that ate by their lockers, too lazy to get up and walk a few meters to the garbage can that wasn't even half full. There was dirt and grass everywhere on the doormat from the students who were playing outside on the muddy field in the rain. Soon, the janitors would come out and start drying the floor before someone slips and gets seriously injured.
Lightning flashed outside, followed by the thunderclap a few seconds later. The rain continued pouring down as it had been for two days straight. Some people enjoyed the rain, some didn't. And other just didn't care because they were used to it.
But as the dull weather went on, no one seemed to notice da